Temporary relief. Sinus rinses and decongestants may give temporary relief. Septoplasty surgery is usually outpatient, well tolerated and will give permanent relief. See your local ent.
Septoplasty. Sure that your septum is deviated? The ask about correction. You may also have allergies and other problems. If you are sure a deviated septum is the problem, consult with an experienced nasal surgeon. Ask about nasal polyps, sinus infections, and enlarged turbinates which can add to your woe. You may need ct scan to tell about the sinuses and why you feel pressure inside your nose.
Septoplasty. A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to treat a deviated septum and improve nasal breathing. If there are symptoms like nasal obstruction, snoring or recurrent sinusitis, have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist.